Zach Galifianakis

“Galifianakis” redirects here. For other people with the surname, see Galifianakis (surname). Zach GalifianakisGalifianakis at the 2012 LA Pod FestBirth name Zacharius Joy Galifianakis Born (1969-10-01) October 1, 1969 (age 46) Wilkesboro, North Carolina, U.S. Medium Stand-up, film, television, music Years active 1969-present Genres Alternative comedy, deadpan, surreal humor, observational comedy, black comedy, insult comedy, musical comedy, one-liners Subject(s) Everyday life, self-deprecation, current events Spouse Quinn Lundberg (m. 2012) Children 1 Zacharius Joy “Zach” Galifianakis (/ˌɡælᵻfəˈnækᵻs/ born October 1, 1969)[1] is an American actor, writer and stand-up comedian. He came to prominence with his Comedy Central Presents special in 2001 and presented his own show called Late World with Zach on VH1 the following year. He has also starred in films, such as The Hangover trilogy (2009–2013), Due Date (2010), The Campaign (2012), Birdman (2014) and had a voice role in the animated film Puss in Boots (2011). He currently hosts the Emmy Award-winning talk show Between Two Ferns with Zach Galifianakis on the Funny or Die website and executive produces, writes, and stars in the dark comedy series Baskets on FX.Contents 1 Early life 2 Career2.1 Early work 2.2 Between Two Ferns with Zach Galifianakis 2.3 Mainstream performances 3 Personal life 4 Filmography4.1 Film 4.2 Television & Webseries 4.3 Music videos 5 References 6 External linksEarly life[edit] Galifianakis was born in Wilkesboro, North Carolina.[1] His mother, Mary Frances (née Cashion), is a community arts center owner, and his father, Harry, is a heating oil vendor.[2] His mother has Scottish ancestry, while his paternal grandparents, Mike Galifianakis and Sophia Kastrinakis, were immigrants from Crete, Greece,[3][4] and Galifianakis was baptized in his father’s Greek Orthodox church.[5][6][7][8] He has a younger sister named Merritt and an older brother named Greg.[9] His cousin is Washington Post cartoonist Nick Galifianakis.[10] His uncle, a politician, is also named Nick Galifianakis. Galifianakis attended Wilkes Central High School, and subsequently attended but did not graduate from North Carolina State University, where he was a communication major.[11] Career[edit] Early work[edit] He began acting on television, guest-starring in Boston Common and joined Saturday Night Live as a writer but lasted only two weeks.[12] Galif. thanks wikipedia.

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Antal Nagy (footballer, born 1944)

For other people named Antal Nagy, see Antal Nagy (disambiguation).Antal NagyPersonal information Date of birth (1944-05-16) 16 May 1944 (age 72) Place of birth Budapest, Hungary Height 1.78 m (5 ft 10 in)[1] Playing position Striker Senior career* Years Team Apps (Gls) 1963–1968 Budapest Honvéd 70 (25) 1968–1969 Standard Liège 31 (21) 1969–1972 Twente 39 (19) 1972–1973 Olympique Marseille 3 (0) 1973–1974 Hércules 36 (10) 1974–1975 Wuppertaler 10 (2) 1975–1976 Sant Andreu 5 (1) 1976 Caen 12 (2) 1977 Royal Antwerp 2 (0) 1977–1978 Leixões 21 (2) Total229 (82) National team 1964–1966 Hungary 3 (0)* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.Antal Nagy (born 16 May 1944 in Budapest) is a retired Hungarian footballer[1] who played for Hungary at the 1966 FIFA World Cup. References[edit] ^ a b “Antal Nagy”. Retrieved 16 July 2013.  External links[edit]Antal Nagy at Antal Nagy profile at Fussballdaten Antal Nagy at Voetbal International (Dutch) Antal Nagy at (Spanish) Antal Nagy profile at ForaDeJogo(Portuguese)v t e Hungary squad – 1966 FIFA World Cup1 Szentmihályi 2 Káposzta 3 Mátrai 4 Sóvári 5 Mészöly 6 Sipos (c) 7 Bene 8 Varga 9 Albert 10 Farkas 11 Rákosi 12 Fenyvesi 13 Mathesz 14 I. Nagy 15 Molnár 16 Tichy 17 Szepesi 18 Ihász 19 Puskás 20 A. Nagy 21 Gelei 22 Géczi Coach: Barótiv t e Belgian First Division A top scorers1895–96: Hickson 1896–97: Hickson 1897–98: König 1898–99: König 1899-00: Grimshaw 1900–01: Potts 1901–02: Potts 1902–03: Vanderstappen 1903–04: Vanderstappen 1904–05: De Veen 1905–06: De Veen 1906–07: Vertongen 1907–08: Vertongen 1908–09: Kevorkian 1909–10: Vertongen 1910–11: Six 1911–12: Bunyan 1912–13: Brébart 1913–14: Bunyan 1919–20: Vlamynck 1920–21: Thys 1921–22: Thys 1922–23: Meyskens 1923–24: Jooris 1924–25: Taeymans 1925–26: Grimmonprez 1926–27: Fabry 1927–28: Braine 1928–29: Braine 1929–30: De Vidts 1930–31: Secrétin 1931–32: Delmez 1932–33: Ulens 1933–34: Van Landeghem 1934–35: Mondelé 1935–36: Lambrechts 1936–37: Collet 1937–38: Mondelé 1938–39: Wagner 1939–40: Voorhoof (unof. thanks wikipedia.

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Olav Torkelsson

Olav Torkelsson, also known as Olaf Thorkelsön (died 30 May 1535, Voss, Bergenhus len (now Hordaland), Norway), was the 31st and last Roman Catholic Bishop of Bergen, from 1523 to 1535, and a member of the Riksråd (National Council of Norway).Contents 1 Background 2 The Bishop of Bergen 3 The Turnstile of Troubles 4 Decline and Death 5 Notes 6 References 7 SourcesBackground[edit] Olav Torkelsson belonged to a noble family that owned properties on the islands of Finnøy in Rogaland. He was mentioned for the first time in 1511, when he was a priest in Voss in Hordaland and a canon in Bergen, both in Bergenhus len. By 1519, he had gone to Bergen to be an archdeacon. He was still there three years later, in 1522, when the Bishop of Bergen, Andor Kentilsson, died. The Cathedral Chapter of Bergen asked the King of Denmark and Norway, Christian II, about his preferences for the successor. He replied that he would like to see the Dean of the Chapter, Hans Knudsson, chosen but he allowed the Cathedral Chapter to have the election itself. On 15 April 1523, the canons chose Olav Torkelsson as their next Bishop and he was appointed nine weeks later, on 1 July, by Pope Adrian VI. Archbishop of Nidaros, Olav Engelbrektsson, then consecrated Torkelsson as the Bishop of Bergen and the new Bishop automatically became a member of the Riksråd. The Bishop of Bergen[edit] In the meantime, Christian II had fled from the two kingdoms. In the autumn of 1523, Olaf Torkelsson and the rikshovmester (Lord High Steward) of Norway, Nils Henriksson of Austrått[note 1] (who died soon afterwards), answered the summons of the Bishop of Stavanger, Hoskuld Hoskuldsson, to attend the meeting in Bergen to deliver the support at the Bergenhus Fortress to Christian’s uncle, Frederick, the new King of Denmark. For their efforts, he appointed Torkelsson, Hoskuldsson and Vincens Lunge (the son-in-law of Nils Henriksson) to be advisers to the stattholders, as well as the Archbishop of Nidaros Olav Engelbrektsson, for Norway north of Lindesnes. On 5 August 1524, at the meeting of the Riksråd of Norway in Bergen, all the councilors, including Torkelsson, swore their allegiance to King Frederick, two days before his coronation in Copenhagen. To reward the Bishop, the new King added to the Diocese of Bergen the lands of Hardanger, Nordfjord and Troms but, in 1528, the Diocese lost Troms and the parish of Gloppen. The Turnstile of Troubles[edit] One of Olav’s first acts as the Bishop was t. thanks wikipedia.

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Elachista camilla

Elachista camillaScientific classification Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Arthropoda Class: Insecta Order: Lepidoptera Family: Elachistidae Genus: Elachista Species: E. camilla Binomial name Elachista camilla Kaila, 2007Elachista camilla is a moth of the Elachistidae family. It is found in Russia (the Altai Mountains). The length of the forewings is 3.8–5 mm. The forewing costa is narrowly dark grey basally, the ground colour consisting of pale grey and darker grey tipped scales. The hindwings are grey with concolorous fringe scales.[1] References[edit] ^ Kaila, Lauri, 2007, Zootaxa 1629: 1-25. [1]This article on a moth of the Elachistidae family is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. v t e. thanks wikipedia.

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Cool Globes: Hot Ideas for a Cooler Planet

Cool Globes: Hot Ideas for a Cooler Planet is a public art project dedicated to increasing awareness of global warming. A nonprofit corporation, “Cool Globes: Hot Ideas for a Cooler Planet” sponsored a Chicago public art exhibit of 125 5-foot-diameter (1.5 m) globes decorated with solutions to global warming, placed in Grant Park near the Field Museum of Natural History, the Shedd Aquarium, and along the lakefront bike path during the summer of 2007.[1] The project is similar to the popular “Cows on Parade” exhibit of 1999, but with a social conscience. The Cool Globes adopts the idea of Berlin ‘s town mascot; the entailing United Buddy Bears exhibitions are very different from all other urban events. The bears were created by the German artists Klaus and Eva Herlitz. The idea and the philosophy behind the United Buddy Bears exhibitions are unique: with its international approach and its symbolism, this synthesis of the arts globally promotes tolerance, international understanding and a peaceful coexistence. Contents 1 The Project 2 Afterwards 3 Participating artists 4 References 5 External linksThe Project[edit] – Africa “Cool Globes: Hot Ideas for a Cooler Planet” was conceived by environmental activist Wendy Abrams. In 2006, Chicago and world artists were asked to submit designs for solutions to global warming. Each globe was to be sponsored by an individual, company or organization. Completed globes were mounted along bicycle trails in Grant Park north of the Field Museum of Natural History, on Navy Pier, and along Michigan Avenue. The project included an opening gala, environmental education in public schools, and a children’s contest, “Cool Globes for Cool Kids”, which exhibited in the Chicago Children’s Museum. After the exhibit ended in September 2007, some of the globes were auctioned off and the proceeds used to fund environmental programs in Chicago Public Schools. The project was sponsored by the Clinton Global Initiative, the Field Museum of Natural History, Exelon and others.[2][3] Afterwards[edit] On May 13, 2008, Wendy Abrams and the organizers of Cool Globes presented Mayor Daley with a check for $500,000 for environmental programs in Chicago’s schools at the graduation ceremony of the Chicago Conservation Clubs, held on Northerly Island on a restored prairie. Cool Globes were later exhibited in Washington DC and San Francisco, San Diego and at the Sundance festival in 2008, in Los Angeles, Houston and C. thanks wikipedia.

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Thomasville Public Library

This article is an orphan, as no other articles link to it. Please introduce links to this page from related articles; try the Find link tool for suggestions. (February 2009) The Thomasville Public Library is located in Thomasville, NC. It is the second largest branch of the Davidson County Public Library system which has served the public for 79 years. Since its inception in October, 1928, the library has grown from one room in the corner of a Thomasville school housing a collection of 200 books to a 19,000 sq ft (1,800 m2) independent structure housing more than 70,000 books as well as magazines and journals, non-print materials, public access computers, and meeting rooms that are free for public use (under certain restrictions.)Contents 1 History 2 Services 3 Virtual Library 4 External linksHistory[edit] In March 1928, the Davidson County government established a fund of $7,000 for the Lexington and Thomasville branches of the newly established Davidson County Public Library system. The first Thomasville Public Library opened on October 25, 1928. It was located in a room on the west side of the second floor of the Main Street School building. It housed 200 books. Over a few years, the library outgrew the space given to it at the Main Street School. It moved to two different storefronts in the commercial district of Thomasville between 1928 and 1938. At times throughout that decade the library had to limit checkouts to one book per person because the number of readers nearly equaled the number of books on hand. The people of Thomasville, understanding the usefulness of a public library, established a new and larger place for it. For twenty years Thomasville’s City Hall housed the library in a wing specifically designed for it. From 1938 until 1958, the library served its community from there, also making use of the court room and meetings rooms when they were not being used by the city. As the library’s collection and readership grew through the next twenty years from about 6,500 books to over 15,000, and as the city of Thomasville grew and required more space for its administration, the need for a dedicated library building became apparent. On April 20, 1958, Thomasville received that dedicated building. It formally opened at the new 6,000 sq ft (560 m2). building on Randolph Street. A majority of the funding for the building came from the Lambeth and Finch families of Thomasville. The first library structu. thanks wikipedia.

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Villa Massimo

Main house of the Villa Massimo Villa Massimo, short for Deutsche Akademie Rom Villa Massimo (Italian: Accademia Tedesca Roma Villa Massimo), is a German art institute in Rome, established in 1910 and located in the Villa Massimo. The fellowship at the German Academy Rome Villa Massimo represents one of the most important awards offered to German artists for study abroad. The award offers residency for one year at the Villa Massimo to ten artists in the middle of their careers, who have excelled in Germany and abroad, including architects, composers, writers and figurative artists. The founder of this institution was the patron and entrepreneur Eduard Arnhold, who in 1910 acquired the beautiful and extensive property of 36,000 m², previously the suburban villa of the aristocratic Massimo family. Arnhold commissioned the building of the main structure, a large villa which would be appropriate for official events, and ten modern studios with adjacent private residential spaces. He later donated the villa, and its luxurious furnishings, to the Prussian state. Today, the Villa Massimo is under the jurisdiction of the Federal Ministry for Cultural Affairs and Media, of the Chancellery of the Federal Republic of Germany. Following an extensive three-year restoration, the Academy started in 2003 a renewed commitment to nurture culture in Rome and in Italy.Contents 1 Selected recipients1.1 Artists 1.2 Architects 1.3 Composers 1.4 Writers 2 ReferencesSelected recipients[edit] Artists[edit]1929 Walter Bernstein (artist) 1931 Hermann Blumenthal 1932 Felix Nussbaum, Arno Breker 1933 Carlo Mense 1935 Alfred Knispel 1957 Fritz Koenig 1976 Anselm Kiefer 1979 Rolf-Gunter Dienst 1980 Hans Peter Reuter 1982 Stefan Szczesny 1985 Emil Schumacher 1986 Annegret Soltau 1989 Manfred Stumpf 1991 Eberhard Bosslet 1997 Matthias Leupold 1998 Olaf Nicolai 2003 Thomas Demand 2005 Sandra Hastenteufel, Johannes Kahrs 2007 Matthias Weischer 2009 Jochen Lempert 2010 Christian Jankowski 2011 Via Lewandowsky, Maria Sewcz, Julia SchmidtArchitects[edit]1932 Carl Ludwig Franck 1933 Hans Poelzig 2011 Andrea Hartmann, Matthias Graf von BallestremComposers[edit]1957 and 1964 Bernd Alois Zimmermann 1958 Wilhelm Killmayer 1959 Hans Otte 1959 and 1963 Giselher Klebe 1960 Jürg Baur, Alfred Koerppen 1962 Heinrich Konietzny 1964 Hans Zender, Aribert Reimann 1965 and 1977 Friedrich Voss 1965/66 Heinz Werner Zimmermann, Wilhelm Killmayer 1966/67 and 1977 Erhard Grosskopf 19. thanks wikipedia.

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Amir Khan vs. Paul McCloskey

King Khan Returns Date April 16, 2011 LocationM.E.N. Arena, Manchester, United Kingdom Title(s) on the line WBA Light Welterweight Title. Fighter summaryAmir Khan vs.Paul McCloskey King Khan Nickname Dudey Bolton, Greater Manchester, United Kingdom Hometown Derry, Northern Ireland Tale of the tape 24-1-0 (17 KO’s) Pre-fight record 22-0-0 (12 KO’s) 5′ 10″ Height 5′ 8″ WBA Light Welterweight Champion. Recognition EBU Super Lightweight Champion Result Khan defeats McCloskey by Technical Decision. Amir Khan vs. Paul McCloskey was a 140-pound world title fight, that was aired on HBO’s Boxing After Dark,[1] as part of an HBO-televised split-site double-header, which also included WBC Welterweight Championship fight, Andre Berto vs. Victor Ortiz.[2] Following on from Khan’s successful title defense against Marcos Maidana, Champion Amir returned to Manchester to continue his title defense against EBU Super Lightweight Champion Paul McCloskey at the Manchester Evening News Arena.Contents 1 Build Up 2 The fight 3 Undercard3.1 Televised 3.2 Preliminary card 4 References 5 External linksBuild Up[edit] Khan survived a brutal late onslaught from Marcos Maidana to retain his WBA light-welterweight title on December 2010. It was looking like an easy night’s work in round one. Khan dropped Maidana with a vicious left to the body that had the Argentinian writhing in agony. During round 10, was where that Maidana had much of his success, threading huge uppercuts through his tight guard and ripping shots to his ribs on both flanks in a vain effort to bring his gloves down. He won the bout unanimous decision. Khan had two 10-8 rounds, the first and the fifth, when the referee Joe Cortez docked Maidana a point for elbowing on the break.[3] McCloskey produced a classy European light-welterweight title defense as he stopped Scotland’s Barry Morrison in seven rounds. The Dungiven man picked off Morrison in the opening rounds in Letterkenny and then put the ex-British champion on the canvas with a big right in the fifth. Morrison tried to get McCloskey involved in a brawl but the end came after another knockdown in the seventh. It was McCloskey’s second defense of his title and his 22nd straight win. Morrison had no answer to McCloskey’s fast hands and the Derry man showed punching power as well with his right hook in the fifth which caught the Scot flush on the temple.[4] The fight[edit] The fight started with Khan as the ma. thanks wikipedia.

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Father (band)

This article needs additional citations for verification. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. (December 2008) (Learn how and when to remove this template message) Father Origin Rijeka, Croatia Genres Alternative metal, nu metal Years active 2000–present Labels Dallas Records, Revol Records (UK) Website Davor Tomić aka Pinky (guitars, vocals) Franjo Jardas (bass, vocals) Dario Pažanin (guitars, vocals) Marko Jurić (drums)Past members Mihael Prosen Saša Vukosav Ivan Bačić Vedran Vučković Father is an alternative metal band from Rijeka, Croatia. The band was assembled in March 2000 by three members of the band Easyman. They released their debut album Inspirita on Dallas Records in October 2005 to critical and commercial acclaim.[1] The band subsequently released the songs Cynosure and Machina as singles, both featured on the album.Contents 1 Career 2 Inspirita (2005) 3 One Eon (2010) 4 References 5 External linksCareer[edit] During their career thus far, Father performed alongside the likes of Apocalyptica in 2003 and 2011, Anthrax in 2005, Sisters of Mercy in 2006, Korn in 2007, Skunk Anansie in 2010, Mastodon and Slayer in 2012. The band later signed to Revol Records in 2006 in order to release Inspirita in the UK. Following their frequent local and nationwide performances, the band made their first appearance outside the borders of ex Yugoslavia on October 2006, performing 13 shows across the UK, followed up by 4 more tours across the UK, the Netherlands and Austria during 2007 and 2008. During 2008 drummer Saša Vukosav left the band and was replaced by Marko Jurić, the member of the bands Belfast Food and Beatles Revival Band. In 2012 band plays on Bloodstock Open Air (B-O-A), the UK’s biggest independent matal festival. In the summer of 2009, Father released their cover of the Beatles classic “Eleanor Rigby”, which was released in their native Croatia and was also played and held to high acclaim by Iron Maiden frontman Bruce Dickinson on his Friday night rock show on BBC Radio 6. The release of “Eleanor Rigby” was followed by the release of the single “Venus & Mars” serving as announcement for their new album which was due to be released later in 2010. The song experienced the same destiny as “Eleanor Rigby” and was broadcast on 21 May 2010 in the aforementioned show.[2] A. thanks wikipedia.

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Nishapur County

Nishapur County Nüşadür شهرستان نیشابور CountyMount Binalud, located within the county.Coordinates: 36°12′N 58°45′E / 36.200°N 58.750°E / 36.200; 58.750Coordinates: 36°12′N 58°45′E / 36.200°N 58.750°E / 36.200; 58.750 Country  Iran Province Razavi Khorasan Province Capital Nishapur Bakhsh (Districts) Central District, Sarvelayat District, Zeberkhan District, Miyan Jolgeh District Government  • Farman dar Mozaffari , qolam hossein Population (2011)  • Total 433,104 Time zone IRST (UTC+3:30)  • Summer (DST) IRDT (UTC+4:30) Nishapur County at GEOnet Names Server Nishapur County (Persian: شهرستان نیشابور‎‎) is a county in Razavi Khorasan Province in Iran. The capital of the county is Nishapur. At the 2011 census, its population was 433,104, in 118,214 families; excluding those portions.[1] The county includes the following four districts: Central District, Sarvelayat District, Zeberkhan District, and Miyan Jolgeh District. The county includes the following Ten cities: Chekneh, Kharv, Darrud, Eshqabad, Qadamgah, Eshaqabad, barzanun, Baqshan, Bar and Nishapur. Nishapur massacre by the Mongols[edit] The Nishapur massacre by the Mongols took place at Nishapur in April 1221. The Mongol armies of Genghis Khan massacred the entire population of the area, which some estimates put at 1,747,000 citizens.[2] References[edit] ^ “Census of the Islamic Republic of Iran, 1390 (2011)”. Islamic Republic of Iran. Archived from the original (Excel) on 2013-11-12.  ^ DEATH BY GOVERNMENTاطلس گیتاشناسی استان‌های ایران [Atlas Gitashenasi Ostanhai Iran] (Gitashenasi Province Atlas of Iran)v t eRazavi Khorasan Province CapitalMashhadCounties (A-Q) and citiesBajestan County Bajestan YunesiBakharz County BakharzBardaskan County Bardaskan Anabad ShahrabadChenaran County ChenaranDargaz County Dargaz Chapeshlu Lotfabad Now KhandanDavarzan County DavarzanFariman County Fariman Farhadgerd Qalandarabad Sefid SangFiruzeh County Firuzeh HemmatabadGonabad County Gonabad Bidokht KakhkJoghatai County JoghataiJowayin County NeqabKalat County Kalat Shahr-e ZowKashmar County Kashmar RivashKhalilabad C. thanks wikipedia.

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